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  1. Of course...you are right. Doh! Thanks for your replies; CPU was fried. Luckily a friend had some old gear that has now got up and running my server. Upside? The new CPU is 64 bit so I get to play with v6.5.2!
  2. Hi friendly Forum folks, My trusty unRAID server is usually a sight to behold; a collection of odd computing gear happy in their second or third careers. The server died over the weekend. Sad day. Ancient FSP PSU not working? Confirmed. Replaced with flashy new one. Machine starts; yay! Doesn't boot; boo! Has something else failed? The MOBO? The CPU? I hope not! I'm rather attached to my 18yr old GA-8SIML MOBO and Pentium 4 Prescott CPU. Has the cheap boot USB died? That would be my preference... So on to my first dilemma friends - I can't find a 32bit unRAID software download to flash another bootable USB. Can someone point me to where I might find a download link? Yours graciously, rymalco
  3. Looks like the plg needs openssl-solibs-1.0.1c-i486-3.txz url updated: http://slackware.cs.utah.edu/pub/slackware/slackware-14.0/slackware/a/openssl-solibs-1.0.1c-i486-3.txz
  4. hmmmmm.....been putting off buying new hardware and upgrading to v6 for some time...
  5. Thanks for your solution. Was having the exact same problem... Cheers all,
  6. Hi Kryspy! Here is what I had to do to get things running. It's not 100% unRAID, but it works a treat. For clarity, my TVHEADEND plugin is located in a share called "/mnt/extra/plugins/tvheadend", you'll have to modify according to where you keep yours. My "go" file has the following addition in it, to install the XMLTV components: # install the TVHEADEND / XMLTV package and copy the working tv_find_grabbers to /user/bin installpkg /boot/xmltv_package/xmltv-0.5.63-i486-1_W-W.txz cp /boot/xmltv_package/tv_find_grabbers /usr/bin/tv_find_grabbers chmod +x /user/bin/tv_find_grabbers /usr/bin/tv_find_grabbers This then sets up the tv_grab_file in /usr/bin and runs the tv_find_grabbers so TVHEADEND knows it exists. I am using the Windows-based XMLTV utility which grabs my lineup from Schedules Direct and saves it to an XML file. I downloaded the XMLTV zip and extracted it to my windows machine's C: drive. I then configured the XMLTV program (in Windows) by running: xmltv tv_grab_na_dd --configure I set it up for my Schedules Direct lineup and then I was ready to grab the actual EPG. The command I'm using (as I'm in Canada) is: xmltv tv_grab_na_dd --days 14 --out channels.xml This grabs 14 days of EPG data and saves it to a file called "channels.xml". This file is then copied to /mnt/extra/plugins/tvheadend/epg on my unRAID server. I created a batch file that runs this command and then scheduled a windows task to fire it every day at 5:00AM. Here's the batch file code: REM CHANGE TO WORKING DIRECTORY cd c:\ cd xmltv REM REMOVE EXISTING XML FILES del channels.xml del \\unraidbox\xbmc\extra\plugins\tvheadend\epg\channels.xml REM GENERATE NEW XML FILE xmltv tv_grab_na_dd --days 14 --out channels.xml REM COPY NEW XML TO UNRAID TVHEADEND SHARE copy channels.xml \\unraidbox\xbmc\extra\plugins\tvheadend\epg Here's the real kicker, you have to change the 'tv_grab_file' to let it know to grab the local file: I modified /usr/bin/tv_grab_file line '7' to read: cat /mnt/extra/plugins/tvheadend/epg/channels.xml So, the tr_grab_file now knows to look directly to my share to find the current XML file. After I did that, when I clicked on "Save Configuration" under the XMLTV table in TVHEADEND's WEbGUI, it loaded the file, but still was not populating the EPG. I then discovered that I had to go into Channel Configuration and "point" each channel to it's EPG equivalent. This was done by clicking in the XMLTV SOURCE field in the Channels tab of the TVHEADEND webGUI. Once I did that, it extracted a list of the "discovered" channels from my channels.xml file. I matched them all up, hit "Save Configuration" again in the XMLTV GUI and blammo, populated with all kinds of data I hope this may help you, I know it's not a totally unRAID based solution, but there appears to be no way at the present to get XMLTV running right under unRAID due to PERL dependencies that are missing. I went through weeks of agony over this and the solution I am using now is the "best case" scenario for me. Cheers, Km. Hey Tophicles! Where did you d/l the xmltv-0.5.63-i486-1_W-W.txz file?
  7. Hi mack, I can confirm also that this working brilliantly with my hdhomerun? must be using botez scripts well. Thanks Mack - Thanks you legend. Now working for me!
  8. dmesg attached (not sure if truncated). installed lsusb and device is showing up: Bus 001 Device 003: ID 07ca:1835 AVerMedia Technologies, Inc. dmesg_9.
  9. and tvheadend: but I'm pretty clueless on the others...any help would be greatly appreciated! I have taken a few minutes to update this Wiki page with the most relevant links: http://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/Installing_Tvheadend_in_unRAID Thanks Mettbrot, much appreciated. Decided to take the plunge and attempt a kernel compilation myself and try and muddle my way through. Unfortunately once all the dev packages were installed the telnet session kept kicking me out - just not enough memory in my system . I suppose that is what I should expect when using old bits of tech kicking about the house! Can someone help a brother out?
  10. Thanks for your help guys. I have now determined that my USB AVerTV Volar HD PRO is semi supported :'( and driver not included in kernel: http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Afatech_AF9035 I've found some Linux firmware http://palosaari.fi/linux/v4l-dvb/firmware/af9035/ by trawling through this Italian thread (thanks Google translate!!) http://forum.ubuntu-it.org/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=516182&start=60#p4306227 piotrasd or anyone else out there: are these firmware files (a) applicable and (b) able to be incorporated into the next bzroot/image compilation? If yes - can you do this for me or point me in the direction of some instructions? Cheers!
  11. OK - I've trawled through the full length of this thread and still not entirely clear. I want to keep my apps installed in "/boot/config/plugins/" I want to keep app data directories installed in "/mnt/disk1/apps/" I have a USB AVerTV Volar HD PRO that I want to use (looks like it is compatible:http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/DVB-T_USB_Devices) So...my understanding derived from spylex's github instructions https://github.com/spylex/tvheadend_unraid: [*]I need to copy piotrasd's bzroot/image files into "/boot" (overwriting backed up originals) http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=20782.msg261549#msg261549 [*]I need to copy piotrads's tvheadend installer to "/boot/config/plugins/" http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=20782.msg260824#msg260824 [*]I need to install tvheadend to "/boot/config/plugins/tvheadend" [*]I make my "/mnt/disk1/apps/tvheadend" data directory [*]I need to make data directory have full permisions for 'nobody' [*]I need to create admin user and set password [*]I need to start tvheadend L3-7 can be covered off with the following: installpkg /boot/config/plugins/tvheadend/tvheadend-20130831-i686-1PTr.txz mkdir -p /mnt/disk1/apps/tvheadend chown -R nobody:users /mnt/disk1/apps/tvheadend echo "{ \"username\": \"admin\", \"password\": \"admin\" }" > /mnt/disk1/apps/tvheadend/superuser sudo -u root tvheadend -c /mnt/disk1/apps/tvheadend -u root -g video -f 2>&1 >/dev/null The above seemed to work to the point that I can access tvheadend through "tower/9981" however it is not finding any TV Adapters in the Configuration<DVB Inputs<TV Adapters menu. Can anyone let me know if I have missed a step out along the way? Any help much appreciated! (I'll leave the go file update query for a later post...!)
  12. For a complete noob, how much of http://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/Installing_Tvheadend_in_unRAID is now relevant? I see that the new bzimage/root is taken care of: and tvheadend: but I'm pretty clueless on the others...any help would be greatly appreciated!
  13. For those users who prefer torrents over usenets check out bricky's sickbeard fork: https://github.com/bricky/Sick-Beard
  14. OK! Just tried again, Success! Plugin / Build Local Version Online Version OpenVPN Plugin Version 2.7.7 2.7.7 OpenVPN Software Build OpenVPN 2.3.2 2.3.2 THANK YOU PETER!
  15. :'( Plugin / Build Local Version Online Version OpenVPN Plugin Version 2.7.7 2.7.7 OpenVPN Software Build OpenVPN 2.3.2 2.3.2 (used the plugin "Update Plugin" feature)

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